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in: Comics, 2003, 2003, February Modern-Age, Alias Vol 1, Joe Quesada/Editor-in-Chief, David Mack/Cover Artist, Brian Michael Bendis/Writer, Michael Gaydos/Penciler, Michael Gaydos/Inker, Matt Hollingsworth/Colourist, Richard Starkings/Letterer, Clay Quartermain (Earth-616)/Quotes, Alias Investigations (Earth-616)/Appearances, Jessica Jones (Earth-616)/Appearances, Scott Lang (Earth-616)/Appearances, Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division (Earth-616)/Minor Appearances, Clay Quartermain (Earth-616)/Minor Appearances, Peter Parker (Earth-616)/Mentions, Martha Franklin (Earth-616)/Appearances, Jennifer Walters (Earth-616)/Mentions, John Jonah Jameson (Earth-616)/Appearances, Marla Madison (Earth-616)/Mentions, Hector Ayala (Earth-616)/Mentions, Homo sapiens/Appearances, United States of America/Appearances, New York City/Appearances, New York State/Appearances, Manhattan/Appearances, Jessica Jones' Apartment/Appearances, Daily Bugle Building/Appearances, Ant-Man's Helmet/Appearances, Ant-Man's Suit/Appearances, Spider-Girl's Suit/Appearances

Alias Vol 1 16


Alias Vol 1 16

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Quote1 Are you shtupping Ant-Man? Quote2
-- Clay Quartermain

Appearing in "The Underneath (Part 1 of 6)"Edit

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  • Convenience Store Thief

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Synopsis for "The Underneath (Part 1 of 6)"Edit

Jessica browses magazines at a convenience store moments before it is robbed. Jessica attempts to hit the robber with a can and misses, then tackles him instead, giving his gun to the store owner who then nearly shoots the robber before Jessica manages to calm him down.

Jessica returns home, vowing never to leave the house again, and discovers a teenage girl in a Spider-Man costume in her bathroom. The girl panics and throws herself out of Jessica's window, crashing into the side of a nearby building. Soon after, Scott Lang visits the apartment and suggests that Jessica call the police, but she refuses, though she agrees when he invites her to stay at his house for the night.

Later that night, Jessica searches for Spider-Girl online and finds nothing, and resorts to calling Clay Quartermain, who informs Jessica that the girl was Mattie Franklin, who "did a short run as Spider-Woman. The third one."

That night, J. Jonah Jameson leaves the Goodman Building to meet his wife at the theatre, but he is approached in the parking garage by Jessica, who asks about Mattie.

Jameson mentions the murder trial of the White Tiger, at which Jessica served as a character witness on behalf of Hector Ayala in Daredevil #39 (page 13).

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